Elephind.com contains 2,101,462 items from Barrier Miner
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 2,990 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
Nursing the Adder. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 27 March 1889
Nursing the Adder. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. Mr. J. L. Purves, Q.C., who is particu- larly attentive to burglars, many of whom he has defended, yesterday had his own house broken into for the third time in seven years. The thieves were disturbed while at their work, but yet they suc- ceeded in looting a quantity of silverware, including some valuable sporting trophies.
The Ballarat Strike. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 27 March 1889
The Ballarat Strike. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; The Ballarat foundry masters, many of &nbsp; whose employés are now out on strike, refuse to treat with the Melbourne union, &nbsp; considering that the agreement affects only &nbsp; local proprietors and men. If the three men who induced the others to go out on strike apologise, the masters promise that all will be taken back pending a settle- ment. The men have refused to do this, preferring to stay out until a definite settlement has been arrived at, thus acting in opposition to the Trades and Labor &nbsp; Council.
National Portrait Gallery. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 27 March 1889
National Portrait Gallery. SYDNEY, Wednesday. An influential meeting, with Chief Justice Darley in the chair, on the motion of Bishop Barry, determined to form a national portrait gallery. The Government are to be asked to appoint a committee for the purpose of collecting portraits of benefactors of the State. A deputation will wait upon the Premier on Friday next to urge the claims of the institution and make some provision for its foundation and maintenance.
Broken Hill Share Market. 12.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 27 March 1889
Broken Hill Share Market. 12.30 p.m. Block 14-buyers, 95a 6d Block 10-buyers, 43s 6d Junctions-buyers, 12s Souths (pro)-buyers, 26s ; sellers, 28s B. H. Blocks Extended-buyers, 1s &nbsp; South Extended-buyers, 1s 9d; sellers; 2s 6d &nbsp; &nbsp; Centrals (pro)-sales, 14s 9d &nbsp; Norths-buyers, 20s 6d sellers, 21s 6d &nbsp; Victoria Crosses-buyers, 5s &nbsp;
Samson S. M. Company [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 27 March 1889
Samson S. M. Company j At a general meeting of the shareholders of this company held at Aldridge's Grand Hotel last night, the following gentlemen were appointed directors :-Messrs. J. B. Davison, W. G. Gibson, F. A. Berry, F. Denford, and Geo. D. Gibson. Mr. P. A. Dornwell was elected legal manager, and Messrs. F. Wark and Thos. Webb auditors. &nbsp; &nbsp;
Hospital Items. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 27 March 1889
Hospital Items. &nbsp; THE secretary acknowledges the receipt of £1 1s from Mr. J. Kerin; £2 2s each &nbsp; Rev. Fathers O'Connell and Connelly; £4 Mr. Edward Seabrook; and £16 3s (£11 5s from visitors and £4 18s from em- ployés) Proprietary mine. This morning two fresh cases of typhoid were admitted. The remains of the young man Hutchin- son, who died of typhoid, were this morn- ing removed from the institution for in- terment.
CONCENTRATES. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 29 March 1889
CONCENTRAMES. | ! Mr. S. George, who-offered his service» I ss a mind-reader to the hospital commit-! tee, for the purposes of a benefit enter-! tainment, cannot secure the theatre, and' so will not give the " show." j The highest batting average of the Um-; berumberka cricketers was that of. W. F . j Roberts with 22 ; J. Galloway; being; second with 12. The Lady Bevys Extended SyM. Co,] have determined to apply for a farther ?uspension order. . ; By the foundering of an excursion steamer on Lake Chápala, Mexico, 30; passengers were drowned. The Port Pirie correspondent of a local, morning paper reports the " want of tele-. graphic communication" between Ade- laide and that town. Most people thought they were possessed of it long ago. The local fire brigade acknowledge the ; receipt of £1 ls. from Messrs. Donaldson; Andrews and Sharland. A parcel of tin ore has been sent to Gawler (S. A) from Albury for treatment. 'Twas near the "noon of night" when the council adjourned for another...
Mineral Leases. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 29 March 1889
Mineral Leases. ! -- ? THB ..following . mineral leases' are; noir lying at the Warden's Office, Silverton, for execution on or before the 9th April :- j 3071, Robert George Johnson j : ? '2660, Andrew James Mason and Regi| nald Bradford Pell } .2661, same, . * V - ? I - 2662, same ' i 2663, same . i 2664, same J > i hs ' . &lt;> .. '> :iJ-:>W j 3256, James Kennedy and Henry Bock hie ? Tf' : O Tv"; v\ 'vW I I 3257, same ; 3258, David Walter Driffield, James Kennedy and Henry Bx»klinV! ' ' 1K ) ; i 3469, Kerrick Edward Broadribb and Robert Chas. MacPherèon ? 3478, Thomas Hurfit, and R. E. PJ Osborne I 3564, Alfred Edward Timms -and i Frederick Maynard j